Single Review: Tyler Posey – Happy

Tyler Posey is an American actor and musician, probably most popular for his role as Scott McCall in the MTV series Teen Wolf. He is also a talented musician, I’ve recently reviewed the album he released with Five North, which you can check out here, as well as his debut solo release ‘Shut Up’ which you can check out here. Today, though, I will be reviewing his follow up track ‘Happy’ which was released on June 11th 2021.

‘Happy’ opens with a floating, ambient synth tone that builds, and then is replaced with an explosive guitar and percussion infused melody, and again I am impressed with the depth and range of his vocals. It is superb for this type of music, and you feel the strain and depth of his delivery, it all comes across the intensity and the intent all just bleed right through. I like to be positive when doing reviews, I don’t lie or obscure faults, but overall I tend to write on a positive note but seriously this track was perfect. I could easily see this rotating into my regular listens, because its so pure and passionate with a nice high energy driving instrumental base.

So that’s what I thought of Tyler Posey’s single ‘Happy’ and if you want to check that out for yourself then head on over to Spotify. While you’re at it, make sure and support the artist by following them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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